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MINUTES 



OF THE 



FIFTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION 



OF THE 



WOMAN'S PRESBYTERIAL 



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ALBEMARLE PRESBYTERY 

Held inTarboro, N. C. 
April 1, 2 and 3, 1913 



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RALEIGH 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co. 

1913 



OFFICERS 

Honorary President Miss B. V. Penick, Raleigh, N. C. 

President Mks. Julian M. Baker, Tarboro, N. C. 

First Vice-President Mrs. Samuel R. Fowle, Washington, N. C. 

Second Vice-President Mrs. R. E. Lee, Goldsboro, N. C. 

Secretary and Treasurer Mrs. B. R. Lacy, Mill Brook, N. C. 

Secretary of Literature Mrs. L. N. Harrell, Tarboro, N. C. 

Secretary Foreign Missions Mrs. W. W. Faison, Goldsboro, N. C. 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions, 

Miss Mary E. Dodson, Kinston, N. C. 
Secretary Local Home Missions .Mrs. J. W. Thackston, Raleigh, N. C. 

Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief, 

Mrs. W. D. Bryan, Oxford, N. C. 

Secretary Young People's and Sunday School Extension, 

Mrs. J. A. Green, Wilson, N. C. 

Historian Mrs. I. B. Gary, Henderson, N. C. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Julian Baker Mrs. W. W. Faison 

Mrs. Samuel Watkins Miss Mary E. Dodson 

Mrs. Samuel Fowle Mrs. J. W. Thackston 

Mrs. R. E. Lee Mrs. W. D. Bryan 

Mrs. B. R. Lacy Mrs. J. A. Green 

Mrs. S. N. Harrell Mrs. I. B. Gary 



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PROCEEDINGS 

The Presbyterial met in the Howard Memorial Church, Tarboro, 
N. C, April 1st, at 8:30 p. m. Rev. J. E. Ballou delivered the ad- 
dress on Foreign Missions. 

Wednesday Morning. 

The meeting was opened by the President, Mrs. Watkins, with 
devotional exercises. 

The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. 

The Secretary's Report 

There have been three meetings of the Executive Committee dur- 
ing the year. Three societies have been organized, one in Edenton, 
N. C, one in Washington, N. C, and one in Oxford, N. C. Reports 
have been received from twenty-three societies. 



Treasurer's Report 



RECEIPTS. 



By balance $53.91 

By interest 1.68 

Elizabeth City 2.40 

Goldsboro. 5.25 

Greenville 2.55 

Henderson, Woman's Society 4.50 

Henderson, Young Ladies' Band 2.70 

Kinston. 1.80 

New Bern 3.30 

Oxford 3.00 

Raleigh, Ladies' Society 12.90 

Raleigh, Busy Bee Band 3.00 

Raleigh, Peace Institute.. 5.00 

Rocky Mount 5.55 

Tarboro 4.50 

Warrenton 60 

Washington 5. 00 

Wilson.... 3.45 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Expenses, President $2.50 

Printing 19.75 

Postage and stationery 4.00 

Expenses, speakers 17.10 

Contingent fee to synodical... 21.84 

Balance 55.90 



Total $121.09 



$121.09 






The Address of Welcome was made by Mrs. Julian Baker, and the 
response by Miss Ada V. Womble. 
The following delegates were enrolled: 

Goldsboro — Mrs. Charles Taylor, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Munroe. 

Henderson (Woman's Society) — Mrs. I. B. Gary. 

Henderson (Young Ladies' Band) — Miss Mary Perry. 

Oxford — Mrs. W. D. Bryan. 

Kinston — Mrs. K. Denmark, Miss Mary E. Dodson. 

Raleigh (Ladies' Society) — Mrs. J. W. Thackston, Miss Ada V. 
Womble. 

Raleigh (Busy Bee Band) — Miss Minnie Farrier. 

Raleigh (Peace Institute) — Miss Lura Finley. 

Rocky Mount — Miss McDearman. 

Tarboro — Mrs. John R. Pender. 

Wilson — Mrs. John A. Green. 

Washington (Foreign Society) — Mrs. Samuel Fowle, Mrs. P. 
Berry. 

Washington (Home) — Mrs. John Sparrow, Mrs. C. M. Payne. 

Washington (The Harvesters) — Mrs. Hardy, Miss Sadie Wiswall. 

Mrs. P. S. Sugg was elected Recording Secretary. 

Reports from the societies were read. 

After a hymn and prayer, the meeting adjourned. 

Wednesday Afternoon. 

The Presbyterial met at 2:30 p. m. 

The devotional exercises were conducted by Mrs. Julian Baker. 

The reports from the societies were continued. 

The President appointed the following committees: 

On Nomination — Mrs. W. C. Munroe, Mrs. C. M. Payne, Mrs. I. B. 
Gary. 

On Hospitality — Mrs. J. A. Green, Mrs. John Sparrow, Mrs. J. W. 
Thackston. 

Mrs. Baker extended an invitation to the visiting ladies and the 
members of the Missionary Society to attend a reception given by 
the Hillside Country Club. Accepted by Mrs. Watkins. 



Mrs. W. D. Bryan invited the Presbyterial to meet in the Oxford 
church in 1914. Accepted. 

Mrs. Jackson Johnson made an address on the Woman's Auxiliary 
and the Synodical. 

After a hymn and prayer, the meeting adjourned. 

Wednesday Evening. 

Address: Home Missions — Rev. Samuel Phillips. 

Thursday Morning. 

The devotional exercises were conducted by Mrs. Jackson Johnson. 
Paper: Our Next-door Neighbor — Mrs. Alley. 

Discussion: How to Interest Our Young People in Missions — Miss 
Dodson, Mrs. George Howard, Miss Wiswall. 
Questionnaire, conducted by Mrs. Samuel Fowle. 
Address: China — Miss Kate Cheshire. 
Recess for luncheon. 

Thursday Afternoon. 

Devotional exercises led by Miss Watkins. She made an appeal to 
the societies to support Bible women in the foreign field and to re- 
member the great need of preachers in home and foreign lands and 
to make it a subject of earnest prayer. 

Address by Mrs. Horton. 

It was decided to adopt the constitution recommended by the 
Woman's Auxiliary. 

Delegate to Montreat — Mrs. Samuel Watkins. Alternate — Mrs. 
W. C. Munroe. 

The report of the Committee on Hospitality was as follows: 

"With a deep sense of the inadequacy of mere words, we set about 
the pleasurable task of expressing the gratitude and appreciation of 
the ladies of this Presbyterial now in session, to the women of 
Tarboro. 

"To the ladies of the Howard Memorial Church, whose invitation 
to come to Tarboro has made possible all these dear delightful 
courtesies, whose untiring efforts and unbounded hospitality in our 



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behalf can not be estimated, we especially extend our warmest ap- 
preciation and unstinted praise. 

"To the choir, whose delightful music has been such a source of 
inspiration during the meeting, we desire to express our apprecia- 
tion; also to the pastor of this church for his fine address on Mis- 
sions and his uniform courteous attentions. 

"For the beautiful afternoon reception tendered us by the ladies 
of the Hillside Country Club and the luncheon served by the ladies 
of the church we are deeply grateful, and will carry to our homes 
happiest memories of the many graceful attentions showered upon 
us during our stay in Tarboro." 

The Nominating Committee made their report, and the following 
officers were elected: President, Mrs. Julian Baker; First Vice- 
President, Mrs. Samuel Fowle; Second Vice-President, Mrs. R. E. 
Lee; Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. B. R. Lacy; Secretary of Litera- 
ture, Mrs. S. N. Harrell; Secretary Foreign Missions, Mrs. W. W. 
Faison; Secretary Assembly's Home Missions, Miss Mary E. Dodson; 
Secretary Local Home Missions, Mrs. J. W. Thackston; Secretary 
Christian Education and Ministerial Relief, Mrs. W. D. Bryan; 
Secretary Young People's and Sunday School Extension, Mrs. J. A. 
Green; Historian, Mrs. I. B. Gary. 

After hymn and prayer, the Presbyterial adjourned to meet in 
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MINUTES 



OF THE 



SIXTEENTH ANNUAL SESSION 



OF THE 



WOMAN'S PRESBYTERIAL 



OF 



ALBEMARLE PRESBYTERY 

Held in Oxford, N. C. 
April 21, 22 and 23, 1914 



RALEIGH 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co. 

1913 



OFFICERS 

Honorary President Miss E. V. Penick, Raleigh, N. C. 

President Mrs. Julian M. Baker, Tarboro, N. C. 

Vice-President Mrs. Samuel R. Fowle, Washington, N. C. 

Second Y ice-President Mrs. R. E. Lee, Goldsboro, N. C. 

Secretary and Treasurer Mrs. B. R. Lacy, Mill Brook, N. C. 

Secretary of Literature Mrs. L. N. Harrell, Tarboro, N. C. 

Secretary Foreign Missions Mrs. W. W. Faison, Goldsboro, N. C. 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions, 

Miss Mary E. Dodson, Kinston, N. C. 
Secretary Local Home Missions .Mrs. J. W. Thackston, Raleigh, N. C. 
Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief, 

Mrs. W. D. Bryan, Oxford, N. C. 
Secretary Young People's and Sunday School Extension, 

Mrs. J. A. Green, Wilson, N. C. 
Historian Mrs. I. B. Gary, Henderson, N. C. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Julian Baker Mrs. W. W. Faison 

Mrs. Samuel Watkins Miss Mary E. Dodson 

Mrs. Samuel Fowle Mrs. J. W. Thackston 

Mrs. R. E. Lee Mrs. W. D. Bryan 

Mrs. B. R. Lacy Mrs. J. A. Green 

Mrs. L. N. Harrell Mrs. I. B. Gary 



PROCEEDINGS 

The Presbyterial met in the Presbyterian Church, Oxford, N. C, 
April 21st, at 8:30 p. m. 

The address on Foreign Missions was delivered by Dr. J. Mercer 
Blaine, of China. 

Wednesday, April 22, 9:30 a. m. 

After devotional exercises the meeting was called to order by 
the President. 

Mrs. E. G. Couch was elected Recording Secretary. 

The program for the morning was set aside in order that Miss 
Margaret Rankin might give her lecture on Young People's Work. 
She first gave a message from Dr. Sweets regarding contributions 
to Christian Education, Ministerial Relief, Sunday School Exten- 
sion, and Bible Cause; then took up the subject of Young People's 
Work. 

The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. 

Treasurer's Report 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

By balance $55.90 Auxiliary $38.52 

By interest 87 Synodical 12.10 

Presbyterial dues 49.31 Printing. 36.32 

Synodical dues 12.10 Postage and stationery 9.95 

Auxiliary dues 38.52 Expensees, President and Secretary . 9.70 

By balance 50.11 



Total $156.70 $156.70 

The address of welcome was made by Mrs. S. H. Brown, and the 
response by Mrs. R. S. McCoin. 

The following officers and delegates were present: 

Goldsboeo — Mrs. W. W. Faison, Mrs. B. P. Faison, Mrs. John 
Slaughter. 

Henderson — Mrs. W. S. Thompson, Mrs, T. R. Manning, Mrs. 



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I. B. Gary, Mrs. G. L. Bond, Mrs. R. S. McCoin, Mrs. Samuel Wat- 
kins. 

Kinston — Miss Mary E. Dodson, Miss Julia Tull, Mrs. J. H. 
Mewborne. 

Oxford — Mrs. E. G. Couch, Mrs. S. K. Phillips, Mrs. W. D. 
Bryan. 

Oxford (Philathea) — Miss Evelyn Howell. 

Oak Hill— Miss Ada Daniel, Miss Joe Morton. 

Raleigh — Miss Rose Wallace, Miss Eoline Munroe, Mrs. B. R. 
Lacy, Miss Sue Thackston, Mrs. J. R. Thackston. 

Roanoke Rapids — Mrs. Wm. Horner, Mrs. Mosher, Mrs. Taylor. 

Rocky Mount — Mrs. A. P. Thorpe. 

Tarboro — Mrs. J. M. Baker, Mrs. Orren Williams, Mrs. Harrell. 

Washington — Mrs. Samuel R. Fowle. 

Wilson — Miss Daphne Carroway, Mrs. J. A. Green. 

Reports from societies were read. 

Adjourned to meet at 2:30 p. m. 

Wednesday Afternoon. 

The devotional exercises were conducted by Mrs. E. G. Couch. 

The reading of reports from societies was resumed and finished. 

There was a discussion regarding the Auxiliary plan of organiza- 
tion. 

After the committees had been appointed the meeting adjourned 
and the delegates and their hostesses attended a reception given by 
Mrs. S. B. Williams. 

Wednesday Evening. 
Address: Home Missions — Rev. R. A. White. 

Thursday Morning. 

Devotional exercises were led by Mrs. Winnsborough. 

An address on The Organization of the Auxiliary was given by 
Mrs. Winnsborough, after which she answered questions asked by 
those present. 



An invitation was given to the delegates to a luncheon at the 
home of Mrs. W. J. Long. 

After a hymn had been sung the meeting adjourned. 

Thursday Afternoon. 

The devotional exercises were led by Mrs. I. B. Gary. 

Paper: Value of Organization — Miss Hilliard. 

Paper: Best Platform of Mission Study — Mrs. John Webb. 

Paper: What Christianity Has Done for Women — Mrs. June 
Hunt. 

Reports from Secretaries were read. 

Some discussion larose as to whether money given through 
church envelopes by society members should be reported to Pres- 
byterial. It was decided not to report it. 

Mrs. Fowle read a report from the Committee on Hospitality. 

Mrs. Thorpe extended an invitation to the Presbyterial to meet 
in Rocky Mount in April, 1915. Accepted. 

Mrs. S. H. Brown was elected delegate to the Synodical. Mrs. 
Thorpe, of Rocky Mount, and Mrs. Phillips, of Oxford, were elected 
alternates. 

After hymn and prayer the Presbyterial adjourned to meet in 
Rocky Mount, April, 1915. 



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Mrs. Julian Baker 
Mrs. Samuel Watkins 
Mrs. Samuel Fowle 
Mrs. R. E. Lee 
Mrs. B. R. Lacy 
Mrs. S. N. Harrell 



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Miss Mary E. Dodson 
Mrs. J. W. Tiiackston 
Mrs. S. H. Brown 
Mrs. J. A. Green 
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The Woman's Presbyterial of Albemarle Presbytery held its Seven- 
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"Aprinnn 

A delightful reception was tendered the delegates on Tuesday even- 
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fenner, which afforded the 
visitors an opportunity to become acquainted before the business 
sessions of the 'meeting. 

Wednesday, April 7, 10 a. m. 

The President, Mrs. J. M. Baker, called the Presbyterial to order 
and conducted devotional exercises. 

The minutes of the previous Presbyterial, held in Oxford, were 
read and approved. 

TREASURER'S REPORT 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

By balance $50.11 Traveling Expenses President and 

Presbyterial dues 44.50 Secretary $ 9.00 

Synodical dues 22.25 Postage and stationery 10.00 

Interest 1.16 Printing 28.00 

Synodical dues 22.25 

By balance 48.77 



Total $118.02 Total 8118.02 

SECRETARY'S REPORT 

As Secretary I have attended the Executive Committee meetings 
and sent out the notices required. 

The report of the Synodical of last year says that "only Albemarle 
Presbyterial reached the standard of Excellence as recommended by 
the Auxiliary: 10 per cent increase in membership, 20 per cent in- 
crease in gifts." This increase was largely due to the organization 
of Young People's Societies. 

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Tho address of welcome was marie by Mrs. A. P. Thorpe, and the 
responso by Mrs. Samuel R. Fowle. 

The following officers and delegates were present: 

GoLDSiiOiio — Mrs. E. G. Couch, Mrs. Nathan O'Berry, Mrs. W. W. 
Faison. 

Greenville — Mrs. J. G. Moye, Mrs. H. H. Wells. 

Kinhton — Miss Mary E. Dodson. 

New Bern — Mrs. C. S. Hollister. 

Oxfobd — Mrs. S. H. Brown. 

Raleigh — Mrs. J. W. Thackston, Mrs. Geo. J. Ramsey, Miss Annie 
Young, 

Rocky Mount — Mrs. H. E. Brower, Mrs. A. S. Lyons, Mrs. L. F. 
Tillery, Mrs. Mary S. Matthews, Miss Lucille Rose. 

Roanoke Rapids — Mrs. W. F. Horner, Mrs. Job Taylor, Miss Susan 
Holliday, Mrs. Geo. Hayes. 

Tabboro — Mrs. Frank Davis, Mrs. Ed. Roberson, Mrs. Geo. Howard, 
Mrs. S. N. Harrell. 

Washington — Mrs. V. M. Hargrave, Mrs. Samuel Fowle. 

Wilson — Mrs. J. A. Green, Mrs. W. T. Clark, Miss Ida Wiggins, 
Miss Daphne Carroway. 

Reports from societies were read. 
Discussion of the Auxiliary plan. 

The following committees were appointed: 

Nominating Committee — Mrs. J. G. Moye, Mrs. L. F. Tillery, Mrs. 
H. H. Wells. 
Hospitality Committee — Mrs. C. S. Hollister, Mrs. V. M. Hargrave. 

Recess was taken for luncheon which was served in the Sunday 
School room. 

Wednesday Afternoon. 

The devotional exercises were conducted by Mrs. Lacy Little. 
Mrs. E. G. Couch was appointed Recording Secretary. 
Minutes of the morning session were read and approved. 
Reports of societies was resumed and finished. 
Miss Victoria Hudson made a talk on Barium Springs. 
After a hymn had been sung the meeting adjourned. 



Wednesday Even j no. 

Address: Foreign Missions, by Mrs. Lacy L. Little. 

Thursday Morning, April 8. 

The Devotional exercises were conducted by Mrs. Samuel Fowle. 

Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. 

Reports of Secretaries were read. 

Address: Our Mission Points, by Mrs. L. F. Tillery. 

Invitation from Wilson for Presbyterial to meet there, April, 
1916, accepted. 

Delegate to Synodical, Mrs. A. P. Thorpe, Alternate, Mrs. S. N. 
Harrell. 

Delegate instructed to ask that the place of meeting of the Synodi- 
cal be changed from Montreat to the different Presbyterials. 

Report of Nominating Committee: We recommend that the pres- 
ent officers be reelected. 

Mrs. Bryan, Secretary of Christian Education and Ministerial Re- 
lief, could not serve, so Mrs. S. H. Brown was elected. 

Report was accepted and the officers were elected to serve for the 
next two years. 

After a hymn and prayer the meeting adjourned. 

Thursday Afternoon. 
Topic: Young People's Work. 

The Devotional exercises were led by Mrs. J. A. Green. 

Report of the Secretary of Young People's Work and Sunday School 
Extension was read. 

Reports from the Young People's Societies were given. 

Questionnaire conducted by Miss Daphne Carroway. 

Much discussion arose regarding these reports and it was decided 
to ask that the Societies in each church have a General Secretary 
to make the statistical report to be sent to the Presbyterial Secre- 
tary and the Young People's societies send a report to the Secretary 
of Young People's Work. 

The meeting adjourned. 

Thursday Evening. 
Address: Home Missions, by Dr. Homer McMillan. 

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REPORTS OF PRESBYTERIAL SECRETARIES OF CAUSES 
Literature. 

As Secretary of Literature of Albemarle Presbyterial, I beg to sub- 
mit tho following report: 

I have written to all of the societies during the past year and 
urged them, if they had no Secretary of Literature, to elect one, and 
have written to the Presbyterian Committee of Publication to send 
them all free literature they had on the subject. I sent blanks to 
seventeen of the societies to receive a report, of all the work done 
in this particular branch of the societies' work. I had responses 
from ten of the churches. Only three of this number have Secre- 
taries of Literature, and two had one Secretary for all of the causes. 
Three reported Foreign Mission Study Classes, "The Child in the 
Midst," and "In Four Continents" being the text-books used. One re- 
ported a Home Mission Study Class; 151 copies of the Survey was 
taken and 68 Prayer Calenders are used. Six societies have regular 
prepared programs and only one reported that all of the causes of the 
Church had been presented during the year. 

None had a Literature Table, and none of the Societies have a 
Missionary Library. Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. S. N. Habbell, 

April 1, 1915. Presbyterial Secretary of Literature. 

Foreign Missions. 

Edenton — Received literature and used programs, gave regularly 
and systematically to Missions. 

Elizabeth City — The Secretary of the Woman's Missionary So- 
ciety of the Cann Memorial Church reports literature received, pro- 
grams used and a Foreign Mission Study Class. Mr. Hugh White, 
Yencheng, China, is the special object for which this society is 
working. 

Goldsboro — The Foreign Missionary Department of the Woman's 
Society for Christian Work, received literature, used programs, had a 
study class, and observed the Week of Prayer in March. 

Greenville — The Woman's Missionary Society received literature 
and used programs. This society being in accordance with the As- 
sembly's plan, contributed 55 per cent to this cause. 

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IIkndkknon — The Ladies' Foreign Mission Circle contributes regu- 
larly and systematically to the cause. 

Kinkton — The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Atkin- 
son Memorial Church received literature, used programs, and ob- 
served the Week of Prayer. The contributions to Foreign Missions 
were regular and systematic — 55 per cent being given. 

New Bern — The Woman's Auxiliary received literature, used pro- 
grams and observed the Week of Prayer. Its definite object is the 
support of Mr. Hancock, Yencheng, China. 

Oxford — The Woman's Foreign and Home Missionary Society and 
the Philathea Class contributed systematically and regularly to the 
support of Foreign Missions. 

Oxford, R. F. D. — The Oak Hill Missionary Society gave regularly 
to the cause. 

Raleigh — The Foreign Mission Department of the Woman's So- 
ciety for Christian Work contributed regularly to the cause. Its 
funds going to Yencheng, China. The Week of Prayer was observed 
in February. The Peace Institute Society used programs, observed 
Week of Prayer and made regular contributions to Foreign Mis- 
sions. The Busy Bee Band gave regularly to the cause. 

Rocky Mount — This society received literature, used programs 
and had a Study Class. 

Tarhoro — The Foreign Mission Branch of the Woman's Auxiliary 
received literature, used programs and observed the Week of Prayer 
in March. 

Washington — This Society reports that the Week of Prayer was 
observed in March. For years it has taken Korea as its definite ob- 
ject of interest. 

Warrenton — This Society gives regularly to the cause. 

Wilson — This Society has received literature and observed the 
Week of Prayer. A regular contribution was made — 55 per cent 
being given. The Society contributes one-third to the support of 
Mr. S. P. Fulton, Kobe, Japan. 

Number Societies reporting Foreign Mission work 15 

Number Societies reporting Study Classes 14 

Number Societies reporting observing Week of Prayer 7 

Number Societies reporting contributions to special objects 6 

Number Societies reporting giving 55% to Foreign Missions 5 

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In compiling last year's report from those of the various societies 
in the Presbyterial, your Secretary wns impressed by the growing 
interest and larger activities in Foreign Mission work, with the 
promise of even better things for the coming year. 

In conclusion, I would say let us still hope for better things, taking 
for our motto: "We will try again." Mks. W. W. Faison, 

Presbyterial Secretary of Foreign Missions. 
April 1, 1915. 

Local Home Missions. 

The Woman's Council advises: "If possible, secure the appoint- 
ment of a Secretary of Local Home Missions in every local society 
of your Presbyterial. Correspond frequently and helpfully with 
these Secretaries." Our Presbyterial constitution says the Local 
Home Mission Secretary shall make an especial study of Synodical 
and Presbyterial Home Missions, gathering and circulating informa- 
tion concerning their work. As your Presbyterial Secretary of Local 
Home Missions I have tried to comply with these injunctions. In 
the early fall I sent a personal letter to each of the Secretaries in 
Albemarle Presbytery doing other than Foreign Mission work, ask- 
ing that they appoint, if possible, a Secretary of Local Home Mis- 
sions. I tried to impress upon them the importance of this phase 
of Home Mission work and inclosed a copy of the definition given at 
the Synodical at Montreat last summer, hoping thereby to give them 
a clearer understanding of the meaning of Synodical and Presby- 
terial work as differentiating from congregational work. I have also 
inclosed copies of "An Outline of Woman's Auxiliary" and "Duties of 
Secretaries of Local Home Missions," both of which explain fully 
and clearly the work of our new organization and the duties of the 
Secretaries of the Local Societies. 

I called attention to our Synodical President's plan for our orphan- 
age and the notices of Rev. W. T. Walker in the Standard of Septem- 
ber 30th and October 14th of the shortage of support by reason of the 
failure of many of the churches to contribute to the support fund. 

The Woman's Council sends a set of suggestive questions to be 
sent by the Presbyterial Secretary to the Local Secretaries. I sent 
these out twice to about twenty Societies. The responses have been 
larger this year than last, and while they are not so complete as they 

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should bo, I believe the societies nro coming to understand the now 
plan as they still define it, and I trust we shall yet. be able to get 
into Hie true inwardness of the work as defined by the Woman's 
Council. However, it is very difficult to get the Local Secretaries 
appointed in the societies of the smaller towns and country — neces- 
sarily so as they are few in number and correspondingly weaker. 

I have corresponded with the Secretaries of Synod and Presbytery 
in regard to the special work being done by them in our State and 
have the promise of some definite data to send out to the societies so 
as to keep them informed and arouse their interest and zeal. 

Twelve societies reported Secretaries of Local Home Missions. 

Four societies reported literature received. 

Three societies reported programs being given on the work in the 
society. 

Six societies reported Local Home Missions carried on by their 
churches. Mas. J. W. Thackston. 

April 1, 1915. 

Assembly's Home Missions. 

1. Number of Societies reporting to Assembly's Home Mis- 

sions Secretary 14 

2. Number of Societies receiving Literature on Assembly's 

Home Missions 9 

3. Number of Societies having Home Mission Study Class 2 

4. Number of Societies observing Home Mission Week 8 

5. Sunday School and Children's Day for Missions observed. ... 5 

6. Number of Societies observing Home Mission Week 9 

7. Number of Societies giving regularly to Assembly's Home 

Missions 6 

8. Number of Societies giving 27 per cent to Assembly's Home 

Missions 4 

9. Number of Societies supporting a special object in connection 

Assembly's Home Missions 2 

10. Number of Societies that have tried plans that might in- 
terest other Societies (Greenville) 1 

12. Number of Societies reporting persons especially interested 

in Home Missions 3 

Peace Institute reports three girls especially interested. 
April 1, 1915. Miss Mary C. Dodsox. 

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Young People's Woiik a\i> Sunday School Extension. 

Eden ton — Reports no Society for Young People. 

Elizahetii City — Cann Me mortal, lias Young People's Society 
of Christian Endeavor. Camden Blades, Secretary of Young People's 
Work. Fostered and encouraged by Women's Missionary Society. 

Goldsuoko — Has Young Children Society, in charge of Miss Rachel 
Borden, and a recently organized Miriam Society under leadership 
of Mrs. Witherington. 

Greenville — Has appointed as Secretary of Y. P. W. and S. S. 
Extension for the coming year Mrs. H. H. Wells, who writes that her 
heart is in the work. 

Kinston — Atkinson Memorial. Has a Christian Endeavor, and 
Mrs. H. H. Grainger, a most enthusiastic worker among young peo- 
ple, is Secretary of Y. P. W. and S. S. Extension. 

New Bern — Has a Junior Aid Society; also a Junior Missionary 
Society. Mrs. C. S. Hollister, Secretary Y. P. W. and S. S. Extension. 
"Junior Aid" clothes orphan at Barium Springs. Under fostering 
care of Women's Missionary Society. Has regular monthly program 
on Missions. The Junior Missionary Society of 31 members uses 
Foreign Missionary literature sent out by Executive Committee. 

Oxford— Mrs. S. K. Phillips, Secretary Y. P. W. and S. S. Exten- 
sion. Reports Junior Missionary. Their activities are development 
of stewardship and study of Home and Foreign Missions. Regular 
monthly program on Missions. These young people contribute to all 
causes of General Assembly. 

Raleigh — Secretary Y. P. W. and S. S. Extension, Miss E. V. 
Penick. Busy Bee Band of 80 members. Development stewardship 
for Foreign Missions. 

Rocky Mount — Miss Nellie Groom, Secretary Y. P. W. A Chris- 
tian Endeavor and Young Ladies' Guild. Their activities are Sunday 
School work and Organ Fund. Christian Endeavor has monthly 
program on Missions; also Study Class among Young People. The 
most successful feature of work this year is getting young people 
interested in Sunday School work, Orphan and Organ activities. 

Tarboro — Howard Memorial. Secretary Y. P. W., Mrs. H. T. 
Bryan. Y. P. and Junior organizations: (1) Young Ladies' Auxil- 

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lary; (2) Daughters of Covenant ; (3) Christian Endeavor. Activi- 
ties: Congregation an( i Home Missionary. These societies have done 
great work this year, and find the most successful feature of the 
work to 1)0 help of payment of organ debt. The Tarboro Church also 
has four flourishing Mission Sunday Schools. 

Washington — Namo of Society, The Harvesters. Causes con- 
tributed to this year, Orphans' Home and Sunday School Koom. 

Wilson — Secretary Y. P. W. and S. S. Extension, Mrs. J. R. Ed- 
mundson. Y. P. and Junior organizations: Philatheas, Junior 
Baraca and Children's Society. Activities are Home and Foreign 
Missions and local work. Causes contributed to are Home and For- 
eign Missions, Barium Orphanage and local expenses. Most success- 
ful feature of work being that the children conduct their program 
systematically and intelligently. 

Oak Hill — Y. P. Mission Society. Activities: contribute to Home 
Missions. Mrs. J. A. Green. 

April 1, 1915. 

Christian Education and Ministerial Relief. 

Number of Societies reporting Secretaries : 8 

Number of Societies receiving literature 6 

Number of Societies having meetings on C. E. and M. R 4 

Number of Societies having candidates for ministry 1 

Number of Societies helping to prepare youth for Mission service 3 

Number of Societies giving regularly to this cause 5 

Number of Societies having special meetings 3 

Number of Societies giving 14 per cent 3 

Number of girls looking to Mission service 3 

I sent question blanks to the Presidents of each Society recorded 
on the Presbyterial books, asking that they be handed to the local 
Secretary of Christian Education and Ministerial Relief. I also sent 
literature and wrote letters urging this cause, yet thirteen societies 
did not even reply; seven sent in blank reports, and five reported 
gifts amounting to $22.41. Mas. W. D. Bryan. 

April 1, 1915. 



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OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETIES 

EI) EN TON. 

President — Mrs. M. V. Spry. 
Secretary — Mrs. T. B. Seville. 
Treasurer — Miss Carrie Ilassell. 

ELIZABETH CTTY. 

President — Mrs. J. B. Black. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. A. B. Houtz. 

GOLDSBORO. 

President — Mrs. Jno. Spicer. 
Secretary — Mrs. Norwood Spicer. 
Treasurer — Mrs. M. S. Witherington. 
Secretary Lit. — Miss Mary Lou Crawford. 
Secretary F. Miss. — Mrs. Joe Parker. 
Secretary A. H. Miss. — Miss Helen Kirby. 
Secretary L. H. Miss. — Mrs. J. D. Hardin. 
Secretary C. E. and M. R. — Mrs. Jno. Slaughter. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ex. — Mrs. J. B. Faison. 

GREENVILLE. 

President — Mrs P. M. Johnson. 
Secretary — Mrs. J. G. Moye. 
Treasurer — Miss Millie Beaman. 
Secretary Lit. — Miss Kate Lewis. 
Secretary F. Miss. — Mrs. B. J. Pulley. 
Secretary A. H. and L. H. Miss. — Mrs. Elliott. 
Secretary C. E. and M. R. — Mrs. Dresback. 
Secretary Y. P. W. and S. S. Ex. — Mrs. H. H. Wells. 

HENDERSON. 

President — Mrs. I. B. Gary. 
Secretary — Mrs. F. A. Macon. 
Treasurer — Mrs. J. B. Watkins. 
Secretary H. Miss. — Mrs. Redding Perry. 
Secretary Y. P. W. — Miss Lizzie Watkins. 

Young Ladies' Mission Band. 

President — Miss Mary McClure. 
Secretary — Miss Cornelia Gary. 
Treasurer — Miss Bertha Bunn. 

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KINSTON. 

Prosidont — Miss Mary K. Dodnon. 

Secretary — JVIi - h. Hugh L'nrham. 

Treasurer — Mtn. Klcber Denmark. 

Secretary Lit. — Mrs. Jr. K. Shaw. 

Secretary F. Miss. — Miss Julia Tull. 

Secretary A. II. MisB.-r-Mrs". Flyman Mewbornc. 

Socrotary L, II. Miss. — MiH.s Asa Hawkins. 

Secretary C. E. and M. It. — Mrs. S. T. Boney. 

Secretary Y. P. W. and S. S. Ext. — Mrs. II. II. Granger. 

LITTLETON. 

President — Mrs. T. J. Miles. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. Claud Tate. 

NEW BERN. 

President — Mrs. H. R. Bryan, Jr. 

Secretary — Mrs. E. K. Bishop. 

Treasurer — Mrs. A. D. Ward. 

Secretary Lit. — Mrs. J. N. H. Summered. 

Secretary F. Miss. — Mrs. C. B. Foy. 

Secretary A. and L. H. Miss. — Mrs. C. L. Ives. 

Secretary C. E. and M. R. — Mrs. J. N. H. Summered. 

Secretary Y. P. W. and S. S. Ext. — Mrs. C. S. Hollister. 

OXFORD. 

President — Mrs. P. H. Montgomery. 

Secretary — Mrs. J. R. Hall. 

Treasurer — Mrs. W. T. Yancey. 

Secretary Lit. — Mrs. W. I. Howell. 

Secretary F. Miss. — Mrs. Sue Williams. 

Secretary A. H. Miss. — Mrs. W. D. Hart. 

Secretary L. H. Miss. — Miss Belle Cooper. 

Secretary C. E. and M. R. — Mrs. W. D. Bryan. 

Secretary Y. P. W. and S. S. Ext. — Mrs. S. H. PhUlips. 

OXFORD R. F. D. 

President — Miss Alice Daniel. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Miss Annie Morton. 

ROCKY MOUNT. 

President — Mrs. Mary L. Matthews. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. A. T. Lyons. 

ROANOKE RAPIDS. 

President — Mrs. Job Taylor. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. Wm. F. Horner. 

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RALEIGH. 
President — Mrs. B. It. Lucy. 
Secretary — Miss- Kate Stronaeh. 
Treasurer — Mrs. J. W. Harden. 
Secretary Lit. — Mrs. C. A. Separk. 
Secretary F. Miss. — Miss K. V. Pcnick. 
Secretary II. Miss. — Mrs. J. A. Scott. 
Secretary L. If. Miss. — Miss Nannie Dinwiddie. 

Youno Lauikh' Auxiliary. 
President — Mrs. B. II. Bunch. 
Secretary — Miss Edith Pou. 
Treasurer — Mrs. J. T. Alderman. 

Peace Institute. 

President — Miss Alice Cobb. 
Secretary — Miss Margie Walker. 
Treasurer— Miss Annie Southerland. 
Secretary Literature — Miss Lennie Gilliland. 

TARBORO. 
President — Mrs. J. M. Baker. 
Secretary — Mrs. J. J. Farrar. 
Treasurer — Mrs. G. A. Holderness. 
Secretary Lit. — Mrs. S. X. Harrell. 
Secretary F. Miss. — Mrs. R. B. Peters. 
Secretary A. H. Miss. — Mrs. Herbert Taylor. 
Secretary L. H. Miss. — Mrs. Geo. Holderness. 
Secretary C. E. and M. It. — Mrs. E. L. Roberson. 
Secretary Y. P. W. and S. S. Ext. — Mrs. H. Bryan 

WARREXTOX. 
President — Mrs. Walter Fleming. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. Carr Moore. 

WASHIXGTON. 
President — Mrs. Chas. Brown. 
Secretary — Mrs. Jno. Fulford. 
Treasurer — Mrs. Jno. McClure. 
Secretary Lit. — Miss Sadie Wiswall. 
Secretary F. Miss. — Mrs. Chas. Brown. 
Secretary L. H. Miss. — Mrs. S. R. Fowle. 
Secretary 0. E. and M. R. — Mrs. Jno. Sparrow. 

WILSON. 
President — Mrs. W. S. Clark. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. E. M. Blauvelt. 
Secretary Lit. — Miss Sudie Gay. 
Secretary F. and A. H. Miss. — Miss Ida Daniel. 
Secretary L. H. Miss. — Mrs. L. J. Herring. 
Secretary C. E. and M. R. — Mrs. A. C. Jones. 
Secretary Y. P. W. and S. S. Ex. — Mrs. J. A. Edmundson. 

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OF THE 

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OF THE 

WOMAN'S PRESBYTERIAL 

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ALBEMARLE PRESBYTERY 



Held in Wilson, North Carolina 
April 13 and 14, 1916 



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OFFICERS 

President Mich. Julian M. Baker, Tarboro 

Vice-President Mies. P. M. Johnston, Greenville 

Second Vice-President Miw. A. P. Thorpe, Rocky Mount 

Secretary and Treasurer Mrs. B. It. Lacy, Raleigh 

Secretary of Literature Mrs. S. X. Harrell, Tarboro 

Secretary of Foreign Missions Mrs. W. W. Faison, Goldsboro 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions, 

Miss Mary E. Dodson, Kinston 

Secretary Local Home Missions Mas. J. W. Thackston, Raleigh 

Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief, 

Mrs. Candace Emmett-Bbown 

Secretary Young People's Work and Sunday School Extension, 

Mrs. J. A. Green, Wilson 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



Mrs. Julian Baker 
Mrs. P. M. Johnston 
Mrs. A. P. Thorpe 
Mrs. B. R. Lacy 
Mrs. S. N. Harrell 
Mrs. W. W. Faison 



Miss Mary E. Dodson 
Mrs. J. W. Thackston 
Mrs. Candace Emmett-Brown 
Mrs. J. A. Green 
Mrs. Samuel Watkins 



PROCEEDINGS 

The eighteenth annual session of Albemarle Presbyterial convened 
on Thursday, April 13, at 9:30 a. m., in the Wilson Presbyterian 
Church. The meeting was opened with devotional exercises con- 
ducted by the President, Mrs. J. M. Baker. 

The minutes of the last Presbyterial were read and approved. 

The address of welcome was given by Mrs. W. T. Clark, and was 
responded to by Mrs. C. B. Foy. 

The following officers and delegates were present: 

Officers — Mrs. J. M. Baker, Mrs. B. R. Lacy, Mrs. W. W. Faison, 
Miss Mary E. Dodson, Mrs. Candace Emmett-Brown, Mrs. J. A. 
Green. 

DELEGATES 

Goldsboro — Mrs. R. H. Phillips, Mrs. Nathan O'Berry, Mrs. W. C. 
Munroe. 

Greenville — Mrs. P. M. Johnston, Mrs. J. G. Moye, Mrs. Osborne. 

Henderson — Mrs. F. A. Macon, Mrs. Redding Perry, Miss Lizzie 
Watkins, Miss Elizabeth Watkins. 

Kinston — Mrs. Kleber Denmark, Mrs. H. H. Grainger, Mrs. J. H. 
Mewborne. 

New Bern — Mrs. C. B. Foy. 

Oxford — Mrs. P. H. Montgomery, Mrs. S. K. Phillips, Miss Evelyn 
Howell. 

Raleigh — Mrs. W. McC. White, Mrs. J. W. Harden, Mrs. Phil. 
Taylor, Miss Katherine Rogers. 

Peace Institute — Miss Agnes White, Miss Easley. 

Rocky Mount — Mrs. L. F. Tillery, Miss Mary McDearman, Mrs. 
D. D. Dove, Mrs. F. A. Sutton, Mrs. H. G. Ritner, Mrs. F. A. Syden- 
stricken, Miss Edith Jordan. 

Tarboro — Mrs. Geo. Howard, Mrs. Harry Smith. 

Washington — Mrs. C. M. Brown, Mrs. Geo. Paul. 

Wilson — Miss Ida Daniel. 



VI8IT0H8 

Mrs. W. S. Weeks Rocky Mount 

Mrs. F. M. Pridgen Rocky Mount 

Mrs. M. L#. Groom Rocky Mount 

Mrs. W. E. Fenner Rocky Mount 

Miss Julia Tull Kinston 

Mrs. J. H. Parham Kinston 

Miss Boney Peace Institute 

Miss Beaman Greenville 

Mrs. Whitmore was elected Recording Secretary. 

The following committees were appointed: 

Nominating Committee — Miss Mary E. Dodson, Mrs. L. F. Tillery, 
Mrs. S. K. Phillips. 

Hospitality Committee — Mrs. W. McC. White, Mrs. P. M. John- 
ston, Mrs. C. M. Brown. 

The reports from the Women's Societies were read and discussed. 

The President recommended that a general secretary be appointed 
in the churches where there were several societies, to make the sta- 
tistical report, and also that all the societies use the Prayer Calen- 
dar in their work. 

Sunday School Extension was discussed. 

The meeting closed with a hymn and prayer. 

Thursday Afternoon 

The devotional exercises were conducted by Mrs. Ida Daniel. 

Minutes of the morning meeting were read, amended and ap- 
proved. 

It was moved and carried that a Secretary of Orphanage Work 
for the Presbyterial be elected. 

Reports from the Secretaries were read. 

It was moved and carried that a letter of sympathy be written to 
Mrs. J. W. Thackston, and Mrs. Geo. Howard was appointed to 
write it. 

Address: Prayer Bands, by Miss Arnold. 

The age limit of the members of the Young People's Societies was 
discussed, but no decision was made, and the question was left 
open, hoping that the Synodical would settle it. 

After a hymn the meeting adjourned. 



Thursday Evening 
Address: The Fir and the Myrtle, by Mrs. Wade C. Smith. 

Friday Morning. 

The devotional exercises were led by Mrs. Julian Baker. 

Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. 

Mrs. Crawford spoke of the need of a Superintendent of Home 
Missions for Albemarle Presbytery and presented the following 
resolution for Presbytery: 

"The Presbytery of Albemarle, in session at Roanoke 
Rapids, hereby invites the Ladies' Presbyterial of this Pres- ■ 
bytery to take a definite part with the Presbytery and Synod 
in the support of the Superintendent of Home Missions for 
the Presbytery, and would indicate to them this as a most 
wise and needful channel for their interest and their gifts." 

It was decided that the delegates present this cause to their socie- 
ties as soon as possible and notify the Presbyterial Secretary what 
amount they would contribute. 

Address: The Duties of the Secretary of Literature, by Miss 
Kirk. 

A Talk on North Brazil— Mrs. G. W. Butler. 

Report from Panama Congress — Mrs. Arnold. 

REPORT OF NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

We recommend for Vice-President, Mrs. P. M. Johnston; for Sec- 
retary of Orphanage Work, Mrs. W. T. Clark; for Delegates to Synod- 
ical, Mrs. Nathan O'Berry and Mrs. B. R. Lacy; for Alternates, Mrs. 
J. G. Moye and Mrs. Wm. Horner. 

These nominations were confirmed by vote. 

The session closed with a hymn and the recital of the Lord's 
Prayer in unison. 

Friday Afternoon 

Topic: Young People's Work. 
The devotional was led by Miss McElwee. 
Minutes were read and approved. 

The report of the Secretary of Young People's Work and Sunday 
School Extension was read. It was urged that all the Young Peo- 



pie's Societies bo taught, to disburse their money Intelligently by 
making a study of the different causes which the church supports. 

Discussion of the names for Young People's Societies. No decision 
was reached and Miss McKlwee was asked to place the matter be- 
fore the Synodical. 

Miss McElwee urged that study classes be formed in Young Peo- 
ple's Societies, and gave an outline of study for China. 

Address: Mission Study for Juniors, by Miss Kirk. She gave 
several illustrations of how to interest the children, and recom- 
mended the use of the books, "All Along the Trail," and "Around 
the World With Janet and Jack." 

It was suggested that the Local Secretary of Young People's 
Work supervise all the work of the young people. 

The Secretary of Christian Education and Ministerial Relief asked 
that a secretary of this cause be elected in the local Societies and 
that more money be contributed. 

Mrs. Baker explained the auxiliary plan and urged the societies 
not already organized according to it to do so. 

The report of the Hospitality Committee was made by Mrs. White. 

Invitation from Goldsboro for the Presbyterial to meet there in 
April, 1917, was accepted. 

Miss Boney, of Peace Institute, spoke of the need of supporting 
our Presbyterian schools by sending our children there instead of 
other denominational schools. 

After a hymn and sentence prayer the meeting adjourned. 

Friday Night 
Address: Christian Education, by Dr. W. W. Moore. 

TREASURER'S REPORT 

RECEIPTS DISBURSEMENTS 

By balance $ 53.02 Expenses of secretaries $ 12.20 

Interest 1.10 Postage 4.00 

Presbyterial dues 50.27 Printing 29.00 

Synodical dues 22.38 Stationery 4.00 

Synodical dues 22.38 

Expenses of speakers 20.00 

By balance 35.19 



$ 126.77 $ 126.77 



SOCIAL NOTES 

On Wednesday evening a delightful reception was given in honor 
of the delegates by Mrs. W. T. Clark. 

A luncheon was given on Thursday by Mrs. B. M. Blauvelt and 
Mrs. Ernest Nadal, to which all delegates and visitors were invited. 

REPORT OF PRESBYTERIAL SECRETARIES OF CAUSES 

LITERATURE 

Societies reporting Home Mission Study Classes 4 

Societies reporting Foreign Mission Study Classes 9 

Societies observing Survey Week 7 

Societies having regular prepared programs 10 

Societies studying all the causes of the Church 8 

Societies having a Literature Table at the meetings 5 

Societies having a Missionary Library 1 

Societies receiving literature from the Auxiliary 12 

Subscribers to the Survey 238 

Prayer Calendars used 109 

Mrs. S. N. Harrell. 
Foreign Missions 

Societies reporting to the Secretary 19 

Societies receiving literature 12 

Societies using programs 12 

Societies having Study Classes 13 

Societies giving regularly to Foreign Missions 8 

Societies giving in accord with Assembly's plan 12 

Societies giving 55 per cent to Foreign Missions 7 

Societies assuming definite obligation for the cause 4 

Societies trying plans that might interest other Societies 3 

Assembly's Home Missions 

Societies reporting 15 

Societies receiving literature 9 

Societies having programs on work 6 

Societies having Study Classes 3 

Societies using the text-book "Home Missions in Action" 11 

7 



Societies giving regularly and systematically to 

Assembly's Home Missions.. 8 
Socictios proportioning their gifts as Assembly directs: 

27 per cent. ... 5 
Societies sending their offerings to Mr. A. M. Sharp, Treasurer. . 8 
None support special objects in connection with work of A. H. M. 

Miss Maky E. Dodson. 

Local Homk Missions 

Societies reporting 15 

Societies receiving literature 8 

Societies contributing to this cause 7 

Howard Cottage Fund 

July 14. Goldsboro Society $21.00 

Sept. 8. Wilson Society 7.50 

Nov. 16. Tarboro Society 10.00 

Nov. 16. Roanoke Rapids Society 5.00 

Nov. 16. Washington Society 10.00 

Nov. 16. New Bern Society 5.00 

Dec. 6. Rocky Mount Society 5.00 

Dec. 6. Oxford Society 5.00 

Jan. 18. Kinston Society 5.00 

Jan. 18. Henderson Society 5.00 



$78.50 
Mrs. J. W. Thackston. 

Christian Education and Ministerial Relief 

Societies that distributed literature to members 9 

Meetings on this cause 14 

Candidates for the ministry 3 

Girls looking to Mission service 1 

Boys and girls aided by Assembly's Committee 1 

Societies helping through the Committee to prepare youth for 

Mission, service 1 

Societies giving regularly to this cause 9 

8 



Societies that sent names of boys and girls who might enter 

Mission service to Dr. Sweets 3 

Societies observing Home Mission Week in November 7 

Societies that have tried successfully plan in the work 2 

Societies that give 14 per cent to this cause 5 

Mrs. Candace Emmett Brown. 

OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETIES 

EDENTON 

President — Mrs. M. V. Spry. 
Secretary — Mrs. T. B. Seville. 
Treasurer — Miss Carrie Hassell. 

ELIZABETH CITY 
President — Mrs. J. B. Black. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. A. B. Houtz. 

GOLDSBORO 

President — Mrs. Chas. Taylor. 
Secretary — Mrs. J. D. Hardin. 
Treasurer — Mrs. Norwood Spicer. 
Secretary Literature — Miss Rachel Borden. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Miss Sophie Heart. 
Secretary A. Home Missions — Mrs. L. D. Woolen. 
Secretary Local Home Missions — Mrs. G. C. Sutherland. 
Secretary Ch. Ed. and M. R. — Mrs. G. L. Pittman. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Mrs. Thos. Brockett. 

GREENVILLE 
President — Mrs. P. M. Johnston. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. J. F. Brinkley. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. E. W. Harvey. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. R. H. Wright. 
Secretary A. Home Missions — Mrs. J. G. Moye. 
Secretary Ch. Ed. and M. R. — Mrs. B. J. Pulley. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Mrs. H. H. Wills, Jr. 

HENDERSON 
President — Mrs. I. B. Gary. 
Secretary — Mrs. F. A. Macon. 
Treasurer — Mrs. J. B. Watkins. 
Secretary Home Missions — Mrs. Redding Perry. 

Youno Ladies' Mission Band 
President — Mrs. R. S. McCoin. 
Secretary — Miss Isabel Perry. 
Treasurer — Miss Bertha Bunn. 



KINSTON 

President — Mrs. O. T. Boney. 
Secretary — Mrs. J, Tf. Parham. 
Treasurer — Mrs. Kleber Denmark. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. II. K. Sliaw. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Miss Julia Tull. 
Secretary A. Iloine Missions — Mrs. J. II. Mewborne. 
Secretary L. Home Missions — Mrs.' A. 0. Hawkins. 
Secretary (Jli. Ed. and M. II. — Mrs. G. B. Ilarrahan. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Kxt. — Mrs. Harman Grainger. 

LITTLETON 

President — Mrs. Wm. II. Johnston. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. Claud Tate. 

NEW BERN 

President — Mrs. C. L. Ives. 

Secretary — Mrs. T. G. Hyman. 

Treasurer — Mrs. A. D. Ward. 

Secretary Literature; — Mrs. C. D. Bradham. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. C. B. Foy. 

Secretary A. and L. Home Missions — Mrs. J. N. H. Summerell. 

Secretary Ch. Ed. and M. R. — Mrs. W. P. M. Bryan. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Mrs. C. S. Hollister. 

OXFORD 

President — Mrs. John R. Hall. 
Secretary — Mrs. S. K. Phillips. 
Secretary Literature — Miss Belle Cooper. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. P. H. Montgomery. 
Secretary A. Home Missions — Mrs. W. D. Hart. 
Secretary L. Home Missions — Mrs. W. J. Long. 
Secretary Ch. Ed. and M. R. — Mrs. W. D. Bryan. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Mrs. D. C. Mclver. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. S. H. Brown. 

OXFORD, R. F. D. No. 1 

President — Mrs. Alice Daniel. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Miss Annie Morton. 

RALEIGH 
President — Mrs. B. R. Lacy. 
Secretary — Miss Katherine Stronach. 
Treasurer — Mrs. J. W. Harden. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. Chas. Separk. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. A. Kraft. 
Secretary Home Missions — Mrs. E. B. Crow. 
Secretary L. Home Missions — Mrs. B. F. Montague. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Mrs. Alex. G. Houston. 

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YOUNO LADIKH' Al'XIMAKY 

President — Mrs. T. 15. Woimui. 
Secretary — Miss Fannie young. 
Treasurer — Mrs. J. W. Kellogg. 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 

President — Mrs. Job Taylor. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mr.s. Geo. L. Hayes. 

ROCKY MOUNT 

President — Mrs. II. It. Thorpe. 

Secretary— Mrs. W. G. Weeks. 

Treasurer — Mrs. J. II. Daniel. 

Secretary F. and II. Missions — Mrs. L. F. Tillery. 

Secretary L. Home Missions — Miss Mary Mc-Dearrnan. 

TARBORO 

President — Mrs. J. M. Baker. 
Secretary — Mrs. J. J. Farrar. 
Treasurer — Mrs. C. A. Holderness. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. S. N. Harrell. 
Secretary F. Missions — Mrs. R. B. Peters. 
Secretary A. Home Missions — Mrs. Herbert Taylor. 
Secretary L. Home Missions — Mrs. Geo. Holderness. 
Secretary Ch. Ed. and M. R. — Mrs. E. L. Roberson. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Mrs. H. Bryan. 

WARRENTON 

President — Mrs. Walter Fleming. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. Carr Moore. 

WASHINGTON 

President — Mrs. C. M. Brown. 
Secretary — Mrs. E. T. Stewart. 
Treasurer — Mrs. J. B. Sparrow. 
Secretary Literature — Miss Sadie Wiswall. 
Secretary Ch. E. and M. R. — Mrs. Jennie Hargrave. 

WILSON 

President — Mrs. W. T. Clark. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. E. M. Blauvelt. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. Chas. Gay. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. R. Edmundson. 

Secretary Home Missions — Mrs. J. R. Edmundson. 

Secretary Ch. Ed. and M. R. — Mrs. R. 0. Jones. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Mrs. J. R. Edmundson. 



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STATISTICAL REPORTS 





Name op Church and Society 


a 

— 

a 

o 

6 


2 
o 

■f, 

3 

c 

'8 
u 

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Home 


Town or 
postofficb 


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a 

o 

< 


"3 

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o 
a 
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CO 


Edenton 


Presbyterian, Home and Foreign Missionary. 
Cann Memorial, Missionary Society 






% 




Elizabeth City 


8 ( * 

12 15.00 
53 76 .00 
29 49 .00 

24 AA fin 


$ 


Greenville 


Presbyterian, Woman's Soc. for Ch. Work 

Presbyterian, Woman's Missionary 






6.00 






6.00 


Henderson 


Presbyterian, Foreign Mission Circle 


Henderson 


Presbyterian, Young Ladies Mission Band.... 

Atkinson Memorial, Woman's Missionary 

Presbyterian, Ladies' Aid 


20 
20 
13 
29 
60 
20 
87 
60 
""70 
30 
50 
7 
146 
4.5 
10 

793 


3.00 

26.00 
15.00 
51.00 
83.00 
10.00 
263 .00 
3.00 
54.00 






Kinston 




10.00 

17.00 
15.00 
2.00 
7.00 
3.00 
6.00 




Littleton 


/L00 


New Bern 


Presbyterian, Woman's Missionary 


5.00 


Oxford 


Presbyterian, Woman's Auxiliary 


6.00 


Oxford, R. F. D 


Oak Hill, Missionary Society 


2.00 


Raleigh 


First Presbyterian, Woman's Soc. for Ch. Work 
First Presbyterian, Young Ladies' Auxiliary.. 
Presbyterian, Woman's Auxiliary ' 




Raleigh 




Rocky Mount 


6.00 


Roanoke Rapids 


Presbyterian, Ladies' Aid 


Warrenton 


Howard Memorial, Woman's Auxiliary 

Presbyterian, Foreign and Home Missionary. 
Presbyterian, Woman's Missionary 


187.00 

4.00 

163.00 

39.00 


18.00 


10.00 


Washington 




5.00 
70.00 




Wilson 






Washington 


Payne Memorial, Aid... 














Totals 


> 1,101 .00 \ 


159.00 









540.00 









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$ 


$ 


$.... 


$ 

35.00 
36.00 


$ 1.00 


$ 60 .00 


$ 1.20 


i 62 .20 

50.00 

343 .9.5 

1,409.30 

63. GO 

70 .00 

233 .00 

117.00 

121 .40 

524.00 

42 k 00 

529.00 

429,25 

638 .50 

_449.50 

1,545.25 

58.70 

308.55 

1,260.50 

26.00 


$ 7.00 
4.00 
6.00 
7.00 
2.00 
3.00 

11.00 
8.00 
.42 
8.00 
2.00 
6.00 
7.00 
9.00 

15.00 

31.00 
8.00 
2.00 

28.00 
2.00 


$ 23.00 
—47.00 






5.00 
9.00 


5.00 
2.00 




95.00 
6.00 


119.00 
1,322.00 


7.95 
3.30 
3.60 
3.00 


—125.00 


6.00 




731.00 










—23.00 


.20.00 










34.00 
5.00 
6.00 
20.00 
76,00 
20.00 
20.00 

150.00 
45.00 
20.00 

259 .00 


5.00 
6.00 


5.00 
165 .00 




5.00 
10.00 


3.00 
81.00 


5.00 


2.00 


1.00 


63.00 
21.00 


12.00 


9.00 
19.00 
2.00 
1.00 


3.00 
16.00 

1.00 


3.00 


1.00 
11.00 

96.00 
24.00 




2.40 
4.00 

HToo 

5.25 
10.50 
4.50 
5.25 
.70 
4.55 
4.50 


42.00 


5.00 




290.00 

7.00 

7.00 

22.00 

355.00 

375 .00 








6.00 


110.00 
150.00 


108.00 


61.00 


13.00 


107.00 

50.00 

1,021.00 


14.00 


3.00 


1.00 


—1,723.00 
—456.00 


10.00 


27.00 

20.00 

5.00 

212.00 


8.00 




311.00 


4.00 


30.00 
14.00 




52.00 


55.00 








62.00 
217 .00 




38.00 




603 .00 
26.00 


2.00 




113.00 


314.00 




















$400.00 


$1,999.00 


$328.00 


$43.00 


$5.00 


$ 1,005.00 


$ 289.00 


$ 2,840.00 


$72.65 


$ 8,281.65 


$10.00 


$ —713.00 



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3 

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6 


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1 

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Elizabeth City 


Cann Memorial, Christian Endeavor 


1 

20 1 


$.... 


$....; %.... 




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14 
15 






! 






1 










Atkinson Memorial, Christian Endeavor 


20 
20 
36 
13 
13 
20 
12 
96 
22 
30 
40 
20 
16 
18 
12 
2.5 
16 




1.00 


1.00 


1.00 










1 
1 


2.00 
10.00 






Oxford 




6.00 




Oxford 






Oxford 










Oxford, R. F. D._... 




] 
1 


5.00 


2.00 . 


Raleigh 








Rocky Mount 


Presbyterian, Young Ladies' Guild 


5 .00 


2.00 






Howard Memorial, Daughters of the Covenant 
Howard Memorial, Junior Christian Endeavor. 


10.00 
















































1 








Wilson 


































Totals 


491 


7 


$23 .00 


$11.00 


SI 1.00 









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YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETIES 



Missions 


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$ 


$.... 


$ 


$ 

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$ 2.00 


$ 

5.00 


s 


s 


$ 2.00 Mrs. T. Delos Crary. 
10.00 Miss Rachel Borden. 


































1.00 


1.00 


1.00 








18.00 




24 .00 


Mrs. H. H. Grainger. 


























2.00 
116.00 


Mrs. C. C. Hollister. 


2.00 




6.00 


6.00 


2.00 


11.00 


72.00 


1.00 


Mrs. S. K. Phillips. 


































1.00 




8.00 


Mrs. John Vaughan. 
Mrs. B. H. Bunch. 


















1.00 
171.00 










93.00 


101 .00 
208 .00 




12.00 








15.00 

































































22.00 
47.00 


24.00 


134 .00 


156 .00 

71.00 




































































$15.00 


$1.00 


$179.00 


$ 11.00 


$ 4.00 


$100.00 


$115.00 


$228 .00 


$698 .00 





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. SYXODICAL OFFICERS 

Honorary President — Mrs. Jackson Johnson Winnabow 

President — Mrs. W. B. Ramsey - Hickory 

Vice-Presidents — Mrs. J. M. McIver Gulf 

Mrs. O. G. Jones Greensboro 

Mrs. J. M. Baker Tarboro 

Mrs. E. D. Brown Loray 

Mrs. J. A. Brown *. Chadbourn 

Miss Madeline Orr Charlotte 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. W. T. Bannerman. Wilmington 

Treasurer — Mrs. E. F. Reid Lenoir 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. Ciias. Rankin Hallsboro 

Secretary A. H. M. — Mrs. G. V. Patterson Kings Mountain 

Secretary Local H. M. — Mrs. E. C. Murray Greensboro 

Secretary C. E. and M. R. — Mrs. L. P. Tileery Rocky Mount 

Secretary Y. P. W. and S. S. Extension — Miss Mamie McElwee, 

Statesville 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. W. S. Lacy : Gulf 



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